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Waltair Division of East Coast Railways observes Safety week
Visakhapatnam, July 16, 2004

The Waltair Division of East Coast Railway is observing 'Electrical safety week" to create awareness among public regarding safety in the electrified section. The safety week will conclude on Monday.
Mobile teams for eve teasers
Visakhapatnam, July 16, 2004

In the recent gruesome murder of Sri Lakshmi, the police initiated mobile teams to arrest eve teasers in the vulnerable areas. Police could be seen warning students not to harass their juniors as the new academic year got underway. According to police sources, they have taken all necessary steps to prevent eve teasing in colleges and they distribute pamphlets and ask boys to move away if they are seen following girls in groups. The police are also trying to convince college managements to share equal responsibility.

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